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Star Air launches charter services

Star Air launches charter services

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Embraer Seeks Business Partners But Not A Repeat Of The Boeing Deal

That plane was initially developed by a smaller company, Canada's Bombardier, whose jet project was acquired by the European planemaker.

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Boeing Takes Embraer To Arbitration Over Failed Aviation Deal

US planemaker abruptly broke off the deal after Embraer took Boeing to arbitration

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Embraer To Pay $205 Million To Settle Graft Charges In India, 3 Other Countries

The corruption charges in India relate to payment of $5.76 million to an agent in kickbacks for clinching a deal for the sale of three highly specialised military aircraft

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CBI Registers FIR Against NRI Arms Dealer In Embraer Deal

Khanna has also faced the agency probe in the Barak missile deal with Israel and sale of arms to Pakistan

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India's $208 Million Embraer Deal Under US Scanner For Alleged Graft

Brazilian aircraft manufacturer has been under investigation by the United States Justice Department since 2010 when a contract with the Dominican Republic raised the Americans' suspicions

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Brazil Considers WTO Challenge To Bombardier State Funding

Embraer has threatened to challenge the state funding, which it says gives Bombardier an unfair advantage in sales campaigns where its new CSeries is up against Embraer's E-Jets

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Air Costa To Lease Another Five Embraer Jets

The airline will also phase out the fourth and last 67-seater E-170 plane with 110-seater E190 by this month end

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Airlines Look To Smaller Planes In Regional Push

Indian airlines are in talks with ATR, Bombardier and Embraer to buy smaller planes to fly to the country's booming second and third tier cities ahead of a government drive to get more of the country connected by air

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United, Southwest Buy 73 Boeing Jets In Blow To Bombardier

Canada's Bombardier has not landed an order in more than a year for the CSeries, a new carbon-composite aircraft whose two models seat between 100 and 160 passengers. The CSeries is due to enter service in 2016 after delays and amid cash problems at Bombardier

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